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death penalty 4/20/18

U.S. Pushes to Resume Federal Executions After 17-Year Break

The Trump administration could resume federal capital punishment Monday after a 17-year hiatus, even as multiple judges intervene against it and some family members of the victims who oppose the execution are seeking a delay due to pandemic-related travel concerns.

Trump Review of Colleges’ Tax-Exempt Status Faces Legal Hurdles

President Donald Trump’s call to investigate the nonprofit status of universities could run into legal problems, including guardrails Congress placed on the IRS after a scandal over the agency’s scrutiny of nonprofit status of conservative political groups.

Coinbase Hire Signals Hot Market for Digital Currency Lawyers

Coinbase Inc.'s recently announced hire of a senior Facebook Inc. lawyer has shone a spotlight on the busy job market for in-house counsel at digital currency companies as the industry gains legitimacy with financial institutions and regulators.

Telehealth Is Booming During Covid. Is it Here to Stay?

Millions of Americans have taken advantage of telehealth during the coronavirus pandemic, so why has it taken so long for widespread adoption?

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